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1st Edition

Communication Yearbook 13

Edited By

James A. Anderson

ISBN 9780415876933
Published October 25, 2011 by Routledge
588 Pages

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Book Description

First published in 2012. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Organizations: Criticism and Culture  1. Power, Discourse, and the Workplace: Reclaiming the Critical Tradition Stanley Deetz and Dennis K. Mumby  Commentaries: Discourse, Ideology, and Organizational Control Beth Haslett  Absence as Workplace Control: A Critical Inquiry Cynthia Stohl and Patty Sotirin  2. A Theatre of Motives and the "Meaningful Orders of Persons and Things" H. L. Goodhall, Jr.  Commentaries: Rhetoric and the Display of Organizational Ethnographies Charles Conrad  A View from Within: An insider’s Reflection on the Effect of Relocation Sandra Sanford  3. Managing Organizational Culture: Dreams and Possibilities Sonja A. Sackmann  Commentaries: Trade-Offs in Managing Organizational Culture Connie J.G. Gersick  More Thought Provoking Than a New Paradigm Larry E. Greiner  4. Defining Stories in Organizations: Characteristics and Functions Mary Helen Brown  Commentaries Stories as Repositories of Organizational Intelligence: Implications for Organizational Development Gary L. Kreps  Symbolic Emancipation in the Organization: A Case of Shifting Power Jill J. McMillan  Section 2: Interpersonal Conversations, Arguments, Embarrassments, and Negotiations  5. Orienting to the Phenomenon Wayne A. Beach  Commentaries: Describing Speech Phenomena Robert Hopper  Communication Phenomena as Solutions to Interactional Problems Jenny Mandelbaum  6. Perspectives on Group Argument: A Critical Review of Persuasive Arguments Theory and an Alternative Structurational View Renee A. Meyers and David R. Seibold  Commentaries: Group Argument, Social Pressure, and the Making of Group Decisions Franklin J. Boster  Exploiting the Predictive Potential of Structuration Theory Dennis S. Gournan  7. Remedial Processes in Embarrassing Predicaments William R. Cupach and Sandra Metts  Commentaries: Coping with Embarrassment and Chronic Blushing Robert J. Edelmann  The Use of a Communication Boundary Perspective to Contextualize Embarrassment Research Sandra Petronio  8. Interaction Goals in Negotiation Steven R. Wilson and Linda L. Putnam  Commentaries: The Structure of Interaction Goals Pamela J. Benoit  Interaction Goals in Negotiation: A Critique William A. Donohue  Section 3. Mediated Communication: Information, Industry, and Consumption  9. The Trade Winds Change: Japan’s Shift from an Information Importer to an Information Exporter, 1965-1985 Youichi Ito  Commentaries: The Competitive Theory of International Communication Majid Tehranian  News Media: Frontiers in International Relations Jaswant S. Yadava  10. Media Industries, Media Consequences: Rethinking Mass Communication Joseph Turow  Commentaries: Organizational Communication, Media Industires, and Mass Communication Charles R. Bantz  Research from Start to Finish Sandra Barman and Akiba A. Cohen  11. Textual Status, the Stigmatized Self, and Media Consumption Virginia H. Fry, Alison Alexander and Donald L. Fry  Commentaries: Finding New Models for Mass Communication Research: Notes on Surviving Ferment in the Field Dennis K. Davis  Toward an Integration of Diverse Communication Contexts Stuart J. Sigman

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